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Ohio LinuxFest 2010


Published 2010


The Ohio LinuxFest is a yearly conference in Columbus, Ohio, USA covering Free and Open Source Software. This item contains recordings of the presentations on September 10 and 11, 2010. The theme for this year's conference is "How will FREE change the world?"

Files are available in FLAC, Ogg Vorbis, MP3, and Speex formats. We are still uploading, so please check back for more talks as they are added! Questions about the recordings can be directed to vance@happylemur.com, and general questions to team@ohiolinux.org.

Friday, September 10, 2010 presentations


Ubucon


01. Beth Lynn Eicher / Bug #1
02. Jorge Castro / Low Hanging Fruit--Getting Started
03. Amber Graner / A Year NTEU Ubuntu
04. Ohio LoCo Team, Jorge Castro, Amber Graner / What is a LoCo Team?
05. Mackenzie Morgan / The Ubuntu Development Process
06. Chase Douglas / Multitouch on Linux ; David Mandala / Ubuntu on ARM Q and A

Medical Track


11. Ruth Suehle / Open Source Medical Interventions Around the World
12. Susan Rose / The Electronic Medical Revolution
13. Dr. David Chan / OSCAR Workshop

Early Penguins Track


21. Mark Krenz / Command Line Magic: 25 Commands You Can Do Right Now
22. Brian Proffitt / Bridging the Gap Between Free and Open
23. Mel Chua / Glorious Failures in FOSS and Education
24. Robyn Bergeron / OM NOM: Making Your Project Even Tastier with Community-Based Marketing
25. Klaatu, Dave Yates, SigFLUP, Lord Drachenblut, Dann Washko / Hacker Public Radio Panel

Early Penguins Keynote


26. Jon "maddog" Hall / Project CauĆ£: Private Sector, Environmentally Friendly Jobs with Free Software

Saturday, September 11, 2010 presentations


Opening Keynote


31. Stormy Peters / Who is Stealing Your Desktop?

Track 1


32. Clif Flynt / Introduction to SQL/SQLite
33. Tarus Balog / So You Think You Want to Start an Open Source Business?
34. Amber Graner / Volunteer Vertigo and High Tech Hangover
35. Jim Campbell / Choosing the Right Documentation Syntax for Your Project
36. Carol Smith / The 7 Habits of Highly Ineffective Project Managers

Track 2


More to come...

Track 3


51. David Mandala / Ubuntu on ARM
52. Russ Woodman / The Origin of Open Source
53. Michael Szymczak / Merging Authentication Between Windows and Linux
54. David Nalley / SELinux, and Why You Should Love It
More to come...
(We are aware of the poor recording quality for talks in this track - we are trying to clean them up and re-upload, so check back later.)

Track 4


61. Dru Lavigne / PC-BSD: An Easy to Use BSD Desktop
62. Robert Blackwell / Communicating with Perl and Arduino
63. Michael Schultheiss / Saving the World with Virtualization
64. Paul Frields / PyGTK for Beginners
65. Jordan Keyes / Intro to Video Editing with Kdenlive
66. SigFLUP / Cross Developing for Awesome Consoles Using Open Source Tools

Open Source Solutions Stage


71. Phil Robb / Irrelevance of the Desktop
More to come...

Medical Track


81. Dr. David Chan / OSCAR: Open Source EMR in Canada
82. Fred Trotter / Comparing Open Source Medical Records
84. Amy Andres / Health Information Exchange
85. Robert Budman, MD, MBA / Choosing the Right Electronic Medical Record
86. Dr. Andrew Barbash / Virtual Medicine
More to come...

Closing Keynotes


91. Jon "maddog" Hall / Thanks for All the Fish!
92. Christopher "Monty" Montgomery / The Digital Media Frontier


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